Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Adulthood is a Myth: A "Sarah's Scribbles" Collection / Sarah Andersen / 109 pgs

Sarah's Scribbles are just that, a lot of fun, funny, and so-true-it-hurts scribbles about her daily challenges is a young adult. The main character, who I assume is Sarah, is introverted, and painfully self-aware. She struggles with the difficulty of speaking in public, of loving your body (hairy legs and all), with connecting with me, and with trying to be professional and put-together when all she wants to do is wear ratty sweaters, curl up in blankets, and read.  She is me. I'm only sad that my favorite of Sarah Andersen's strips did not make it into this book, but I hope it makes it into the next one. Here it is below:

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